Funk, who works with the Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS NET), explains that, even with early warning systems in place, the impact of climate change on agricultural production will continue to lead to food security emergencies. “Emergencies such as the one in East Africa will become more common unless there is a focus on improving agricultural production”, he emphasizes.
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